KDDI Corp. will offer an e-mail service based on Google Inc.’s Gmail, expanding an existing alliance to win customers in the $75 billion wireless market, KDDI said Monday.
The service with Google, the world’s most popular search engine, will be available in September for free, KDDI said. Users will get 2 gigabytes of storage and an auone.jp e-mail address, Makoto Takahashi, KDDI’s associate senior vice president, said at a briefing in Tokyo.
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